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Last night, Entertainment Weekly helped kick off Emmy Weekend in LA with its annual Pre-Emmy Party, a star-studded affair that was attended by television’s biggest stars.
Among the guests at the Sunset Tower Hotel for the event were Tracee Ellis Ross, Sterling K.
But the problem — as Westworld's hosts repeatedly tried to tell him, bless their little android hearts — is that the maze wasn't meant for William. Dolores at the center of the maze The maze is meant for one thing, and one thing only: to lead the robots, specifically Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), on a journey inward toward consciousness.
Arnold (Jeffrey Wright) created it to test her, and he wanted to abort the park's opening when he realized that his creation was, for all intents and purposes, alive.
Among those honored included the cast of CBS’s “Hawaii Five-O,” Maggie Q, Nickelodeon’s “Supah Ninjas,” and You Tube’s Ryan Higa. being in Hawaii the island itself really is like a second home to me,” said Brian Yang on his experience playing Charlie Fong on “Hawaii Five-0.” “The fact that the word ‘Ohana’ means family and it’s really true for the cast.” “Who am I excited to see tonight? Even those who have worked in mainstream media are embracing new media.
Leonardo Nam, known for his role in “He’s Not That Into You” with Drew Barrymore, assisted in interviewing guests for the CAPE You Tube channel and has his own twitter handle where he tweets dating advice.
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HBO's mind-bending new sci-fi drama saw itself out on Sunday, December 4, in a hail of bullets and bloodshed, as the robot hosts of the titular theme park awakened to their destiny.
Connections were revealed, AI consciousness was achieved, new mysteries were teased and at least one human finger was bitten off over the course of the series' extended, 90-minute season finale. From Billy the kid to the Man in Black Savvy fans called this one well in advance of the big reveal, but it was still a major moment: the official confirmation that sweet William (Jimmi Simpson) and the creepy Man in Black (Ed Harris) are one and the same.
After his transformative first visit to the park (in which he ultimately murdered approximately one million robots), William became its major shareholder, leading him to 30 years of visits that culminated in his final, obsessive search for the maze.
CAPE is a nonprofit that advances diversity and cross cultural awareness by promoting Asian Pacific Islanders in entertainment.
The event was hosted by Alec Mapa from the hit show “Ugly Betty” and Amy Hill from “50 First Dates.” The gala celebrated members of both new and traditional media. I’m friends with all of them so I’m excited to see what they’re going to do,” said You Tube musician David Choi, who recently released his third album “Forever and Ever” and is gearing up for a tours in Asia and the US.